From Rep. Lucy McBath and Rep. Colin Allred <[email protected]>
Subject peaches or bbq?
Date September 13, 2021 12:49 PM
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John — Rep. Lucy McBath here , writing today with my friend and colleague Rep. Colin Allred who represents Texas’s Thirty Second District right outside Dallas.

That may leave you scratching your head… We’re known for peaches, Texas is known for BBQ. We’ve got Dawgs. They’ve got Hook ‘Em Horns and Baylor Bears (Colin's alma mater). And not to rub it in Colin, but one of our states voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election…

Rep. Colin Allred here: Lucy likes to rub that one in whenever she gets a chance... But our districts have much more in common than you’d think. We’re both top targets of National Republicans as they try to take back the House in 2022. And with Republican-controlled redistricting looming in both Texas and Georgia, the urgency here is very real.

So, that’s why we’re teaming up today. National political pundits have identified our suburban districts as two “top Republican targets.” With our FEC deadline coming up quickly at the end of September, could you split a grassroots donation between our re-election campaigns to help Democrats hold the House in 2022? [[link removed]]

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Unfortunately, there’s even more that Georgia and Texas have in common at the moment:

*
Both
of
our
states
passed
restrictive
voter
suppression
laws
to
try
and
tamp
down
the
effects
of
rising
Democratic
majorities
and
changing
demographics.
*
*
The
GA
and
TX
GOP
have
both
passed
“Heartbeat
Bill”
legislation,
effectively
banning
abortion
in
Texas
and
potentially
in
Georgia
as
well
(our
bill
is
still
under
a
court
challenge).
*
*
And
remember,
GOP
members
of
Congress
are
even
admitting
they
intend
to
redistrict
their
way
to
victory
in
2022:
“We
have
redistricting
coming
up,
and
the
Republicans
control
most
of
that
process
in
most
of
the
states
around
the
country,”
Rep.
Ronny
Jackson
(R-Texas)
said
at
the
Faith
and
Freedom
conference
in
June.
“That
alone
should
get
us
the
majority
back.”

As you can see, John, Texas and Georgia Republicans are NOT messing around. Their dangerous combination of voter suppression, gerrymandering, and far-right extremist policies to fire up their conservative bases ahead of 2022 could very well sink both of us (and Democrats’ chances of holding the House), so we have to prepare right now for the worst possible outcome.

That’s why both of us could really use your help right now, before our September end-of-quarter deadlines. Could you pitch in any amount split between our campaigns to help Democrats hold the House in 2022?

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Thanks for everything you do for House Democrats,

Rep. Lucy McBath & Rep. Colin Allred



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